Anne-Marie Lubenau, AIA, Director, Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence sponsored by the Bruner Foundation
Tuesday, February 9, 2016, 7-9pm Gleason Works Auditorium (1000 University Ave.)
Anne-Marie Lubenau sets the stage for our series by helping us answer the question, âHow can we design a more equitable Rochester region?â Julian and Anne-Marie will discuss how a focus on both sustainability and social justice can dramatically improve the quality of life for all.
Anne Marie has a long history as an architect and advocate for thoughtful design. For ten years, Anne Marie led the Community Design Center of Pittsburgh (CDCP) as the President and CEO. Under Anne Marieâs leadership, the CDCP has been recognized both nationally and internationally for its innovative programs. Anne Marie is now the director of the prestigious Rudy Bruner Award. The award, founded in 1987, celebrates urban projects that create social and economic vitality for the local community. The award has recognized many projects over the years. Most recently, Greenville, South Carolinaâs project Falls Park on the Reedy River, was awarded the silver medal.
Also heard are CDC Rochester Executive Director Maureen Duggan and board member Howard Decker.